Member Learning Catalog  


 Safari Books Online Catalog

As a benefit of membership in IEEE Computer Society, you have access to 600 titles from Safari® Books Online, featuring technical and business titles from top publishers such as O'Reilly Media.

To ensure members have access to the newest information, the selections are reviewed every few months and books are added or deleted based upon their usage. Below you will find the list of all titles currently in the collection, including new titles and those deleted on 31 October 2012.

Books added to the Computer Society collection
Books deleted from the Computer Society collection

Membership Communication: Questions, need help? Contact Customer Service
 

 

 Access Safari

 

Available FREE to Computer Society Members!

Available at a 20% discount to Computer Society Members. Learn more or Subscribe.

Safari® Books Online
Changing Software Development explains why software development is an exercise in change management and organizational intelligence.  An underlying belief is that change is learning and learning creates knowledge.  By blending the theory of knowledge management, developers and managers will gain the tools to enhance learning and change to accommodate new innovative approaches such as agile and lean computing. Changing Software Development is peppered with practical advice and case studies to explain how and why knowledge, learning and change are important in the development process.  Today, managers are pre-occupied with knowledge management, organization learning and change management; while software developers are often ignorant of the bigger issues embedded in their work.  This innovative book bridges this divide by linking the software world of technology and processes to the business world of knowledge, learning and change.
Changing Software Development: Learning to Become Agile
Author(s):
Allan Kelly
Publisher:
John Wiley & Sons
Publication Date:
07-Mar-2008
Edition:
Number of pages:
258

 

"Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere."
- Albert Einstein